International Journal of Pediatrics / 2020 / Article / Tab 3

Research Article

Mixed Infant Feeding Practice and Associated Factors among HIV-Positive Women under Care in Gondar City’s Public Health Facilities within Two Years Postpartum: A Cross-Sectional Study

Table 3

Determinants of mixed infant feeding practice among HIV-positive women in care in public health institutions in Gondar city, Northwest Ethiopia, 2017 ().

VariablesMixed infant feeding practiceCOR with 95% CIAOR with 95% CI

Age of the mother (in year)+
 <35702501.04 (0.66,1.64)
 Rural20362.25 (1.24,4.08)1.53 (0.04,3.86)
Marital status+
 Currently not married371121.30 (0.82,2.06)
 Currently married682681
Mother educational status+
 Unable to read and write511192.07 (1.33,3.22)0.60 (0.16,2.23)
 Able to read and write5426111
Husband educational status
 Unable to read and write29492.52 (1.50,4.21)NA
 Able to read and write753191
Mother occupation +
 Housewife511991.08 (0.56,2.09)1
 Unemployed401221.38 (0.70,2.74)1.76 (0.97,3.19)
 Governmental employed145912.22 (0.96,5.14)
Husband occupation
 Governmental employed15871NA
 Unemployed882821.81 (0.88,2.71)
Monthly income (US dollar)+
 Equal to or below 36.00641871.61 (1.04,2.50)0.87 (0.32,2.36)
 Above 36.004119311
 No44752.93 (1.85,4.66)1.70 (0.94, 3.09)
Place of delivery+
 Home62489.97 (6.09,16.33)2.75 (1.39,5.44)
 Health facility4333211
ANC follow up+
 No684214.79 (8.86,24.7)6.90 (3.38,14.08)
Number of ANC visit ()
 1 or 2161021.76 (0.88,3.52)NA
 3 or above212361
Time of initiation of ANC ()
 16 weeks or early202401
 After 16 weeks17982.08 (1.05,4.14)NA
 Multigravida873051.19 (0.67,2.1)
Obstetric complication+
 No862931.34 (0.77,2.33)
Age of child at diagnosis (in months)+
 Less than 185833211
 Greater than or equal to 1847485.61 (3.44,9.14)2.00 (0.98, 3.75)
Infant given prophylaxis ()
 No583214.3 (11.33,32.57)

value <0.01; NA: not applicable due to missed values; +: variables for which the analysis was controlled.

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